Chief Trainer & President Lake Norman Franchise
Matthew (Matt) Eller is a 6’4″ guard/forward combo player from Lake Norman High School, where he averaged 11 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game. He is the school’s all-time three-point shooting leader in percentage and total shots made. He was First Team All-County in the 2009-2010 season. He led his team to the 2010 4A State Championship, 26-3.
Growing up in North Carolina, Basketball became my passion at a very young age. Staying up late watching Duke – UNC while dreaming of playing college basketball. As a junior at Lake Norman High I was able to earn All County and All conference honors as well as contributing to a great team season.
Chief Training Monster
“When there’s is a will, there’s a way.” At MVP, we will re-energize your will. Under MonsterMobley’s leadership, we defined the ways and means to lift your athleticism to a Monster level. You will train with the NBA draft standards in mind, but college scholarship fitness as the goal. Really? Yes, really! Our programs work back from the ultimate qualifiers, the college combine fitness drills and statistics
Not only does Monster Mobley have first hand experience and account of each drill, under his leadership, we refine to improve and execute the cutting edge drills for guaranteed results. All he asks, is that you put a 100% each and every time you enter the circuit.
Chief Lacrosse Consultant
Prior to entering the coaching profession Blankenship was a standout student-athlete at Gettysburg College, where she finished her career as the all-time leader in both points (309) and assists (160). As a senior captain, she led the Bullets to their third consecutive Centennial Conference Championship and a berth in the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals in 2004. She was named a first team All-American by the IWLCA/US Lacrosse, Inside Lacrosse, and Women’s lacrosse.com and was selected as the Centennial Conference and ECAC Southern Player of the Year. Blankenship, who was also a second team Inside Lacrosse All-American as a junior, put up back-to-back 100-point seasons in her final two years with the Bullets, breaking the single-season school record for assists in each of those seasons.
Blankenship graduated from Gettysburg with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish in 2004. She also earned a master’s degree from Washington in psychology in 2008.